The U.S.-Ukraine Foundation recently hosted a discussion on Ukrainian current affairs, featuring participants of a Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA) exchange program. The presenters were Alexandra Baklanova, a strategic development expert with the pro.mova consulting firm; Vitaliy Deynega, co-founder of the Come Back Alive NGO; and Andrii Osadchuk, a Kyiv City Council member. Among the many issues discussed were the significant increase of attacks on Ukrainian civil society activists and the importance of electoral reform that foresees the election of all members of Ukraine’s parliament via a proportional representation system with open party lists.
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